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The village is probably the site of a Mediæval settlement, indicated by aerial observations showing earthwork evidence of ridge and furrow fields, crofts, buildings and sunken lanes.
The parish church, which was dedicated to St Lawrence, no longer exists. Three isolated graves are all that remain of church and burial ground.
Off Station Road is Home Farm House, a Grade II listed farmhouse c.1800.
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about Hallington, Lincolnshire)
- Hallington, Lincolnshire in the Domesday Book
- National Monuments Record: No. 893272 – Hallington
- National Monuments Record: No. 354599 – St Lawrence, Haddington
- National Monuments Record: No. 507015 – Hallington Station
- "Hallington railway station". Disused Stations. Subterrannea Britannica. http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/h/hallington/index.shtml. Retrieved 4 July 2011.
- National Heritage List England no. 1063141: Home Farm House (Grade II) (listing)